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Peter P Tabone: Fiber optic connector having snap ring adjustment means. Porta Systems, Charles E Temko, August 25, 1992: US05142598 (184 worldwide citation)

A fiber optic connector of the so-called D-4 type incorporating means for incrementally adjusting the fiber core supporting ferrule with respect to an alignment projection which engages a corresponding recess in an adapter when the connector is engaged with the adapter. In addition to the usual radi ...


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William V Carney, Carl Meyerhoefer: Optical fiber cable distribution frame and support. Porta Systems, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, March 31, 1992: US05100221 (155 worldwide citation)

Adaptive racking and distribution frame systems for handling optical fiber cables and including racking sections with wall portions that can be replaced without removing the section or displacing cables in the section and further including housings with moveable shelves that can be adapted to hold o ...


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William V Carney, Carl Meyerhoefer: Optical fiber cable distribution frame and support. Porta Systems, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, August 25, 1992: US05142606 (148 worldwide citation)

Adaptive racking and distribution frame systems for handling optical fiber cables and including racking sections with wall portions that can be replaced without removing the section or displacing cables in the section and further including housings with moveable shelves that can be adapted to hold o ...


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David L Rawlings: Optical fiber support for printed circuit boards. Porta Systems, Hoffmann & Baron, November 21, 1995: US05469526 (124 worldwide citation)

An arrangement for supporting an optical fiber and related optical components in a raised position above a surface of a printed circuit board on which electrical components are mounted includes a support which defines an endless, oval raceway for receiving one or more optical fibers, legs mounted on ...


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William V Carney: Connector block assembly. Porta Systems, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, November 3, 1992: US05160273 (81 worldwide citation)

A connector block assembly for connecting closely spaced wired on which high frequency signals are present, contains pairs of spring finger connectors with electrically conductive shields between different pairs. Ground contacts are arranged to be engaged by an insert module in advance of its engage ...


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Ott Conrad L, Fasano Michael, Wuestmann David E, Tabone Peter P, Meyerhoefer Carl E: Ferrule holder for fiber optic connector. Porta Systems, September 8, 1999: EP0940700-A2 (73 worldwide citation)

An improved fiber optic connector of the type in which a fiber supporting ferrule (15) is slidably and resiliently biased independently of the surrounding load-bearing parts of the connector so that forces applied to the fiber optic cable jacket are not transmitted to the ferrule (15) and supported ...


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Conrad Ott: Fiber optic plug connector and adapter therefor. Porta Systems, Charles E Temko, December 8, 1992: US05170452 (59 worldwide citation)

A fiber optic plug connector for single fiber jacketed conductors and a corresponding jack type adapter supported in a bulkhead and adapted to receive a corresponding plug on an opposite side of the bulkhead in aligned relation. The plug connector incorporates means for maintaining both axial and ro ...


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Robert P Auteri: Means for routing buffer tube type fiber optical cable. Porta Systems, Charles E Temko, August 24, 1993: US05239609 (49 worldwide citation)

A means and method for routing and managing buffered tube type fiber optical cable, particularly outside plant cable to an optical fiber cabinet or similar structure. The disclosure describes novel clamping elements engaging the outside plant cable which serve to separate the contained optical fiber ...


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Carl Meyerhoefer, Christopher V Kayser: Optical fiber storage and distribution cabinet. Porta Systems, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, June 2, 1992: US05119459 (44 worldwide citation)

An optical fiber storage and distribution cabinet of molded plastic box-like construction with U-shaped formations open through the bottom wall of the cabinet to provide an easily molded door hinge and spool-like fiber storage elements which also serve to mount a removable splice tray. The splice tr ...


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Peter P Tabone: Fiber optic plug connector having optical center adjustment means. Porta Systems, Charles E Temko, September 8, 1992: US05146525 (39 worldwide citation)

A fiber optic plug connector incorporating an adjustable keying means for maintaining a specific relative adjustment between the engaged fiber optic cable and the body of the connector which is not disturbed by removal and reconnection to a corresponding plug. The construction includes an adjusting ...